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Hanwha Q CELLS improves value chain to reach low and competitive carbon footprint for French solar tenders

Power News - Published on Tue, 10 Jul 2018

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Hanwha Q CELLS GmbH, the German subsidiary of the world’s No.1 solar cell manufacturer Hanwha Q CELLS Co Ltd announced that is has reached a new carbon footprint of 250 kg-eq/C0²/kWc with its high-efficiency Q.PEAK DUO module series.

Q.PEAK DUO modules combine half-cut cell technology, six bus-bars and the Company’s proprietary Q.ANTUM (PERC) monocrystalline cell technology, with efficiencies of close to 20% and power output up to 330 Wp from 120 half-cut cells and up to 395 Wp from 144 half-cut cells.

Hanwha Q CELLS’ Head of EU Sales, Maengyoon Kim said that in achieving this low carbon footprint result for its Q.PEAK DUO modules, Hanwha Q CELLS strengthens its market position in France.

Kim added that “Producing low carbon solar modules is vital for Hanwha Q CELLS, not only in terms of our own carbon footprint and environmental goals, but also in markets such as France, which should be applauded for its approach to low carbon public tenders.”

Mr Stephan Maurel and Laurent Bodin, Head of Sales, France, remarked that “Hanwha Q CELLS has always been keenly aware of the importance of selling eco-friendly products. We are pleased that our portfolio is ideally aligned to meet the clean energy needs of an important market such as France.”

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Posted By : Rabi Wangkhem on Tue, 10 Jul 2018
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